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How Professional Bloggers Make Their 'Enormous' Amounts of Money?

[An Article by Laurel Shah]

Professional bloggers earn money by the great benefit of traffic. They have either done proper keyword research and optimization on their websites to get enormous traffic, or have purchased it through such programs as Google Adwords. Traffic translates down to payments.

Here are the various ways in which Professional bloggers earn online.

1. They promote affiliate products from such sites as ClickBank, PayDotCom, Commission Junction (CJ), Pepperjam Network, etc. These product sales earn about 75 per cent of commissions. They also promote books and other items from Amazon.

2. They create their own digital products and market them through ClickBank, PayDotCom, etc. These products can be anything, such as ebooks, video series, software, etc. But you will get sales only if you offer something really worthy for the money.

3. They run ads on ad networks like Google Adsense, Chitika, WidgetBucks, LinkWorth, etc.

4. Some professional bloggers earn by freelancing and content writing for individual clients. One of the companies offering this is Constant Content.

These are the major ways in which professional bloggers earn enormous amounts of money. But for this kind of promotion, they need a lot of resoureces, such as a search engine optimized website, social media profiles, affiliation with major players, etc. They also need good copywriting skills to tell visitors that the product they promote is good.

Copyright © Laurel Shah 2008


  1. Oh Dear! Every time I read one of your posts I end up adding a load of things to my "Must investigate" list. (That is a compliment, if somewhat back handed!) Thanks!

  2. Mike thanks for the comment. Yes, it was actually a small list but almost covers all the means Pro bloggers use. But investigating newer ways is very important. All the best.



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